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PCNNWLVANIA MUSEUM 
KWOOLOf INDUSTRIAL ART 




1935 



FASHION SHOW PROGRAM 
COSTUME DESIGN, 1935 



INTRODUCTION 

The Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art is a school designed 
to meet the requirements of students who intend to enter o field of industry 
to which art is allied. 

The course in Costume Design has been planned to prepare professionally 
students who wish to develop their talents. 

Costume Design students are taught to design according to the selection 
of fabrics, and to cut and make these garments according to current trends 
of fashion. 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 



WE APPRECIATE THE CO-OPERATION OF THE FOLLOWING MANUFAC- 
TURERS OF FABRICS: 



AMERICAN WOOLEN COMPANY, INC. 

AMERITEX-SUDANETTE 

J. N. BALDWIN 

BELDING-HEMINWAY.CORTICELLI 

SIDNEY BLUMENTHAL & CO., INC. 

BOTANY WORSTED CO. 

CELANESE CORPORATION OF AMERICA 

CONTINENTAL MILLS, INC. 

COHN-HALL-MARX CO. 

CROMPTON-RICHMOND CO., INC. 

DON ROBINSON FABRICS CORP. 

DOSHI TRADING CO., LTD. 

DUMARI TEXTILE COMPANY, INC. 

C. K. EAGLE & COMPANY, INC. 

N. ERLANGER-BLUMGART & CO., INC. 

FEDERATED TEXTILES, INC. 

FOLWELL BROTHERS AND COMPANY, INC. 

FOREMAN SILKS 

JULIUS FORSTMANN S CO., INC. 



GALEY a LORD, INC. 

HENRY GLASS & COMPANY 

HESSLEIN &CO., INC. 

A. D. JUILLIARD & CO. 

LIBERTY LACE & NEniNG WORKS 

LORRAINE MANUFACTURING CO., INC. 

ROBERT McBRATNEY & CO., INC. 

MARSHALL FIELD & COMPANY, INC. 

MOSS-STILL, INC. 

M. J. NOLAN, INC. 

WM. OPENHYM & SONS 

PACIFIC MILLS 

RODIER, INC. 

STEHLI SILKS CORPORATION 

L. & E. STIRN, INC. 

S. STROOCK & CO., INC. 

TRIPPE, BARKER & CO. 

WAHNETAH SILK CO., INC. 

WALTHER MANUFACTURING CO. 



WELLINGTON SEARS CO. 

Design Number 20 by ROSE WELLIVER won first prize in a national 
competition under the sponsorship of Wm. OpENHYM & SONS. 

Fabric design for costume Number 44 designed by DaNIEL SUTTON, of the 
Art School developed and woven by the students of the PHILADELPHIA 

Textile School. 

The students of the Costume Design Course take this opportunity to thank 
the students of the PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL for designing and 
weaving the fabrics for costumes Numbers 3 and 55. 

Bridal Bouquets by H. H. BATTLES 

"Bon Voyage" Corsages by GRAKELOW'S 

Hats by The Band Box 

Gloves and Jewelry by THE BLUM STORE 

Furs by JULIUS 

Wooden Buttons by L. K. & E. K. CrOASDALE 



FASHIONS AFLOAT 



AS PRESENTED BY THE COSTUME DESIGN CLASS OF THE 
PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART, 1935 



These classes are under the direcHon of MiSS AlTHEA LILIAN RiCKERT, 

Miss Hilda L. Orth and Miss Dorothy Parke 

Cruise scenery designed by RUPERT MUCH under the direction of CLYDE 

Shuler 

Lighting arranged and executed by JOHN OBOLD 

Music arranged by GUY MARRINER. Orchestra under the direction of 

Albert Sender 

Mannequins directed by ALEXANDER WYCKOFF 
Program cover by JOHN EVES 



The costumes shown in classified groups have been designed for a definite 
purpose. The project of a cruise was chosen that the students might relate 
their talents to a special problem. 



ALL ABOARD 



1. Bluette 

2. Tweedle-Dee 

3. Tabloid 

4. Heatherlaine 

5. Luncheon Date 

6. Mirador 

7. Brickdust 

8. Byzantine 

9. Double Check 

10. Town Talk 

11. Chestnut Hill 
1 2. London Fog 

13. Greenbriar 

14. Roman Holiday 
1 5. Gray Hour 

16. Cordelia 

17. Salute 

18. Manhattan 

19. Rittenhouse Square 



COSTUME DESIGNED BY 
Miriam Rieniger, Junior 
Edith Warner, Junior 
Muriel Quinn, Junior 
Ruth Gretz, Junior 
Martha Moorhouse, Senior 
Albert Zuccarini, Evening 
Leokadya Surowski, Junior 
Mitzi Hirsh, Senior 
Virginia Shumar, Evening 
Albino Garlianska, Junior 
Eleanor Jones, Evening 
Jane Roche, Evening 
Doris Harrison, Sophomore 
Frances Hull, Senior 
Anne Bergdoll, Sophomore 
Ella Yeager, Junior 
Virginia Walls, Sophomore 
Leokadya Surowski, Junior 
Helen Werner, Senior 



20. Fortuna 

21. "Awake and Sing" 



Rose Welliver, Sophomore 
Jean Fishburn, Junior 



DECK SPORTS 







COSTUME DESIGNED BY 


22. 


Elephant Ears 


Dorothy Diehl, Senior 


23. 


Shuffleboord 


Martha Moorhouse, Senior 


24. 


Deuces Wild 


Virginia Beegle, Sophomore 
Evelyn Cox, Sophomore 


25. 


Fairway 


Bettie Sharpe, Sophomore 


26. 


Forty Love 


Anne Bergdoll, Sophomore 


27. 


Sportster 


Caroline Haas, Senior 


28. 


What Ho 


Marcine Lipper, Sophomore 


29. 


Bonnie Brae 


Muriel Quinn, Junior 


30. 


Sand Dune 


Mitzi Hirsh, Senior 


31. 


Par 


Miriam Rieniger, Junior 


32. 


Havana 


Esther Wolfenden, Senior 


33. 


Nassau 


Ella Yeager, Junior 


34. 


Handlebar 


Muriel Quinn, Junior 


35. 


Lido 


Charlotte Weber, Senior 


36. 


Gringo 


Jean Fishburn, Junior 


37. 


Skating Costume 


Ruth Gretz, Junior 


38. 


"Anchors Aweigh" 


Mitzi Hirsh, Senior 


39. 


Briarcliffe 


Jean Fishburn, Junior 


40. 


Bahama 


Frances Hull, Senior 


41. 


Grand Stand 


Dorothy Diehl, Senior 


42. 


Gold Rush 


Rose Welliver, Sophomore 


43. 


Pineta 


Margaret Bcyliss, Sophomore 


44. 


Craftsman 


Caroline Haas, Senior 


45. 


Waterloo 


Katherine Cole, Junior 


46. 


Cameo 


Helen Werner, Senior 


47. 


Panama 


Katherine Cole, Junior 


48. 


Echo 


Charlotte Weber, Senior 


49. 


Debonair 


Julia Callahan, Evening 


50. 


South Hampton 


Margaret Kohout 


51. 


Gang Plank 


Nancy Putnam, Senior 


52. 


"Personal Appearance" 


Vanita Anselm, Evening 


53. 


Post Road 


Charlotte Weber, Senior 



AFTERNOON ASHORE 



54. "Accent on Youth' 

55. Southern Belle 

56. Windward 

57. Celeste 

58. Valencia 

59. Coiebrooke 

60. Continental 

61 . Butterscotch 

62. Arcadia 

63. Piccadilly 

64. Easter Parade 

65. "Thumbs Up" 

66. Far East 

67. Sundown 

68. "Lucky Strike" 

69. Sea Foam 



COSTUME DESIGNED BY 
Leokadya Surowski, Junior 
Frances Hull, Senior 
Ruth Conner, Sophomore 
Bettie Sharpe, Sophomore 
Nancy Putnam, Senior 
Ruth Conner, Sophomore 
Caroline Haas, Senior 
Ruth Gretz, Junior 
Evelyn Cox, Sophomore 
Esther Wolfenden, Sophomore 
Ruth Taylor, Evening 
Helen Werner, Senior 
Martha Moorhouse 
Ralph Patchett, Evening 
Leokadya Surowski, Junior 
Julia Callahan, Evening 
Dorothy Diehl, Senior 



LAST NIGHT OUT 



70. Casino 

71. Galaxy 

72. Seventeen 

73. "Dinner at Eight" 

74. Flowerbar 

75. Black Orchid 

76. Mothmullen 

77. Debut 

78. "Petticoat Fever" 

79. Rainbow Room 

80. Mauve Decade 

81. Moonglow 

82. Caprice 

83. Coral Reef 

84. Romance 

85. Misty Dawn 

86. Hindustan 

87. Bridal Ensemble 



COSTUME DESIGNED BY 
Ella Yeager, Junior 
Kotherine Cole, Junior 
Betty MacBride, Sophomore 
Virginia Shumar, Evening 
Albino Garlianska, Junior 
Mitzi Hirsh, Senior 
Charlotte Weber, Senior 
Virginia Beegle, Sophomore 
Ralph Patchett, Evening 
Helen Werner, Senior 
Dorothy Diehl, Senior 
Helen Werner, Senior 
Elizabeth Stewart, Evening 
Muriel Quinn, Junior 
Ruth Gretz, Junior 
Caroline Haas, Senior 
Ruth Taylor, Evening 
Dorothy Diehl, Senior 
Esther WolFenden, Senior 



JUDGES 



Mrs. George S. G. Cavendish, Chairman, Philadelphia 
Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, Philadelphia 
Mrs. John Story Jenks, Philadelphia 

Members of Associate Committee of Women 

Mrs. Julius Zieget, Philadelphia 
Miss Martha Flynn, Philadelphia 

Buyer, Strawbridge & Clothier 

Miss Marion Stephenson, New York 

Stylist, Hoosac Mills, New York 

MiSS Charlotte Williams, New York 

Stylist, American Woolen Company 

Miss Julia Colburn, New York 

Fashion Editor, Ladies' Home Journal 



Through the interest of the Associate Committee of Women of the Penn- 
sylvania Museum School of Industrial Art, prizes are presented each year 
for costumes judged worthy in design and technique. The award of prizes 
will be made at the commencement in June. 



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FASHION SHOW PROGRAM 
COSTUME DESIGN, 1935 



INTRODUCTION 

The Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art is a school designed 
to meet the requirements of students who intend to enter a field of industry 
to which art is allied. 

The course in Costume Design has been planned to prepare professionally 
students who wish to develop their talents. 

Costume Design students are taught to design according to the selection 
of fabrics, and to cut and make these garments according to current trends 
of fashion. 



ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 



WE APPRECIATE THE CO-OPERATION OF THE FOLLOWING MANUFAC- 
TURERS OF FABRICS: 

AMERICAN WOOLEN COMPANY, INC. GALEY a LORD, INC. 

AMERITEX-SUDANETTE HENRY GLASS a COMPANY 

J. N. BALDWIN HESSLEIN & CO., INC. 

BELDING-HEMINWAY-CORTICELLI A. D. JUILLIARD & CO. 

SIDNEY BLUMENTHAL & CO., INC. LIBERTY LACE & NEHING WORKS 

BOTANY WORSTED CO. LORRAINE MANUFACTURING CO., INC. 

CELANESE CORPORATION OF AMERICA ROBERT McBRATNEY & CO., INC. 

CONTINENTAL MILLS, INC. ~ MARSHALL FIELD a COMPANY, INC. 

COHN-HALL-MARX CO. MOSS-STILL, INC. 

CROMPTON-RICHMOND CO., INC. M. J. NOLAN, INC. 

DON ROBINSON FABRICS CORP. WM. OPENHYM a SONS 

DOSHI TRADING CO., LTD. PACIFIC MILLS 

DUMARI TEXTILE COMPANY, INC. RODIER, INC. 

C. K. EAGLE a COMPANY, INC. STEHLI SILKS CORPORATION 

N. ERLANGER-BLUMGART a CO., INC. L. & E. STIRN, INC. 

FEDERATED TEXTILES, INC. S. STROOCK & CO., INC. 

FOLWELL BROTHERS AND COMPANY, INC. TRIPPE, BARKER & CO. 

FOREMAN SILKS WAHNETAH SILK CO., INC. 

JULIUS FORSTMANN & CO., INC. WALTHER MANUFACTURING CO. 
WELUNGTON SEARS CO. 

Design Number 20 by ROSE WELLIVER won first prize in a national 
competition under the sponsorship of Wm. OpENHYM & SONS. 

Fabric design for costume Number 44 designed by DaNIEL SUTTON, of the 
Art School developed and woven by the students of the PHILADELPHIA 

Textile School. 

The students of the Costume Design Course take this opportunity to thank 
the students of the PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL for designing and 
weaving the fabrics for costumes Numbers 3 and 55. 

Bridal Bouquets by H. H. BATTLES - 

"Bon Voyage" Corsages by GRAKELOW'S 

Hats by The Band Box 

Gloves and Jewelry by THE BLUM STORE 

Furs by JULIUS 

Wooden Buttons by L. K. & E. K. CROASDALE 



JUDGES 



Mrs. George S. G. Cavendish, Chairman, Philadelphia 
Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe, Philadelphia 
Mrs. John Story Jenks, Philadelphia 

Members of Associate Committee of Women 

Mrs. Julius Zieget, Philadelphia 
Miss Martha Flynn, Philadelphia 

Buyer, Strawbridge & Clothier 

Miss Marion Stephenson, New York 

Stylist, Hoosac Mills, New York 

Miss Charlotte Williams, New York 

Stylist, American Woolen Company 

Miss Julia Colburn, New York 

Fashion Editor, Ladies' Home Journal 



Through the interest of the Associate Committee of Women of the Penn- 
sylvania Museum School of Industrial Art, prizes are presented each year 
for costumes judged worthy in design and technique. The award of prizes 
will be made at the commencement in June.